ADRIAN — The Adrian City Commission will vote on a number of marijuana-related items today.
The commission is expected to vote on amendments to its marijuana ordinance, approve three medical marijuana permits, deny two others and renew another.
The governing body is also expected to vote for a temporary moratorium on issuing permits for recreational marijuana establishments.
In a memo, city attorney Tamaris Henagan wrote a temporary halt is needed for about 120 days or until all codes and “processes have been fully adopted and hold full legal affect ….”
The state is expected to start issuing licenses for recreational marijuana on Nov. 1.
In other agenda items, the commission is expected to confirm the appointment of Matt Tomaszewski as director of Parks & Engineering Services and approve upgrading two police vehicles.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in City Chambers.
A premeeting precedes the regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. Discussion items include an update on ambulance transportation services and the outdoor ice rink.